Radio.com, a property of the CBS Interactive Music Group, is the recipient of a little reworking.
Utilizing its strong relationship with music site Last.fm (also owned by CBS Interactive), Radio.com’s streaming player has added features.
The “player,” operating as a whole separate Web page, includes all sorts of information about any particular song or a logo or graphic in the case of news or sports, along with other bits of pertinent info about the artist or links to useful sites (tour info or tickets to an upcoming concert). The player, according to CBS, offers improved advertising opportunities as well.
Streaming choices include CBS stations and other music outlets such as AOL Music, Yahoo Music and independent Web stations. Not surprisingly, throughout the site there are numerous social networking opportunities.